~ Henson honoured for 40 years of service ~
PHILIPSBURG–Under the theme “Justice Prevails” Justice Day, observed worldwide on Monday, was marked with a special church service at the Methodist church and an award ceremony hosted by the Ministry of Justice and the Police Force of St. Maarten KPSM.
Police spokesman Chief Inspector Ricardo Henson was honoured for his 40 years of service in the Police Force of St. Maarten. Awards were also presented to workers who celebrated 25, 30 and 35 years of service.
The Justice Ministry comprises the Police Force, the Court of Guardianship, Immigration, the National Detectives, Customs, the prison, the Coast Guard, the Prosecutor’s Office and Miss Lalie Centre.
The Voluntary Corps of St. Maarten VKS was also included in a uniformed parade on Front Street and a demonstration march at the Festival Village. Governor of St. Maarten Eugene Holiday, Parliament Chairwoman Sarah Wescot-Williams and Minister of Justice Rafael Boasman were on hand to support the Justice Ministry.
Boasman thanked all uniformed services for their continued dedication and sacrifice to the country.
Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/67746-police-force-observes-justice-day-on-monday